Sunday in the Park ft. Tunes from the Tombs
September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday in the Park returns for its 44th year on Sunday, September 25, celebrating our community and all things Oakland. This year’s event once again hosts our annual Tunes from the Tombs music festival!
Enjoy the sunset over the Atlanta skyline as the music flows from Oakland’s North Public Grounds. Charleston-based indie band SUSTO will headline this year’s Tunes from the Tombs music festival and will be joined by Sailing to Denver, Sweet Auburn String Band, and Nate Helfrich. You’ll also enjoy pop-up performances throughout the day.
Just as the Victorians brought blankets and musical instruments to picnic in cemeteries and celebrate life, we encourage you to join in on the fun, listen to music, and enjoy Oakland. Along with the music, attendees will enjoy tours, craft beer and alcoholic beverages, an artist market and Museum Store pop-up shop, a fabulous line-up of food trucks, a vendor market, and more.
Sunday in the Park is a rain-or-shine event.
Sunday in the Park / Tunes from the Tombs Tickets
All patrons over 12 will need tickets for this event.
- Adults: $20 ($25 at the gate)
- Members save $5 (Excludes Earlybird tickets. Members: check your email or the member portal for the promo code.)
- Kids under 12: FREE
Artist Market Vendors
Frequently Asked Questions
Sunday in the Park is Oakland Cemetery’s annual fall festival. It celebrates the history of Oakland—and Atlanta—as well as the Victorian tradition of spending a day of leisure in the Cemetery.
Tunes from the Tombs is Oakland Cemetery’s annual music festival. Typically held every June, this year it has been moved to the fall and merged with the Sunday in the Park celebrations.
In order to bring you Tunes from the Tombs programming this year, we’ve merged it with Sunday in the Park 2022. Selling tickets allows us to pay our performers and to help fund our mission to restore, preserve, enhance, and share Oakland Cemetery
Limited street parking will be available, so we encourage visitors to use MARTA or to ride-share. Our address is 248 Oakland Avenue SE 30312.
With the exception of service animals, dogs are not allowed at Sunday in the Park due to City of Atlanta ordinance.
Yes. Both Oakland’s main gate and pedestrian gate have bike racks.
Because this is a City of Atlanta-permitted event, no outside food or drink are permitted during Sunday in the Park.
All proceeds from Sunday in the Park support Historic Oakland Foundation’s mission to preserve, restore, enhance, and share Oakland Cemetery.
Pre-order your Sunday in the Park t-shirt when you purchase your tickets!